Archive | October, 2013

Shop the yarn truck in Gananoque this weekend!

29 Oct

Purlin’ J’s yarn truck, Lil Dorothy, will be in Gananoque this weekend at the Gananoque Rotary Club’s Christmas Craft Fair. Get an early start on your Christmas shopping and your Christmas knitting!

Shop Purlin' J's yarn truck for unique stocking stuffers

Shop Purlin’ J’s yarn truck for unique stocking stuffers

On the truck you’ll find new yarns from Waterloo Wools, new blocking wires from Inspinknity, found exclusively in Canada at Purlin’ J’s, as well as needlefelting kits and supplies, books, and unique gifts.

The Fair takes place at Gananoque Secondary School, 175 William St. South.
Map link here

Saturday and Sunday, November 2 and 3, 2013

10 AM till 4 PM each day.
Admission is $3.00 and free admission for children under 12.

Visit to Memorial Centre cancelled this weekend

24 Oct

As it turns out, Lil Dorothy will NOT be at the Memorial Centre Farmers’ Market  on Sunday 27 October. But don’t worry, November is looking like a very busy month with dates planned for Gananoque and Kingston. Details will be posted as soon as everything is confirmed. Plus there’s some exciting news to come about classes and workshops starting soon! Stay tuned, folks!

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Thank you Kingston

11 Oct

I am so grateful to the Kingston community for responding so positively to Lil Dorothy, Purlin’ J’s yarn truck. Here is another great piece from Kingston This Week.

October at Frontenac Mall!

3 Oct
Lil Dorothy has some roots in October

Lil Dorothy has some roots in October

Good news, everybody! Lil Dorothy will be parked and open for business at the Frontenac Mall (1300 Bath Road, Kingston) for two whole weekends this month: Sat/Sun 5/6 and 19/20 October!

This means you can visit this weekend and get started on your fall projects, and then visit again on 19/20 October to show off your progress!  It feels good to be in one place for a while.

Purlin' J's

"One of the coolest 'yarn stores' I've ever seen" --Vogue Knitting magazine, Holiday 2013

Sue Schlabach

Artist, photographer and upcycler living in Vermont. Viewer of the world through eyes and lens.

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